Gardiner-Pingree House  by: Samuel McIntire

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  • Gardner-Pingree House is a National Historic Landmark at 128 Essex Street in Salem, Massachusetts. The house was built in 1804 by Samuel McIntire in a Federal style for John and Sarah (West) Gardner. John bought the lot from his father (John Gardner, Sr) whose cousin (John Gardner III) was the grandfather of John Lowell Gardner I. John and Sarah sold the house to her brother, Nathaniel West, to cover shipping losses related to events leading up the the War of 1812. The house was sold, in 1814, to Capt. Joseph White. David Pingree bought the house in 1834.
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